Password pointers for stronger security

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We all know the feeling of password fatigue. Like when you go to make an online bill payment and can’t remember which combination of your childhood pets, random letters and special characters you chose. This fatigue can lead to some bad decisions. The more passwords you have to remember, the more likely you are to choose bad ones, like p@ssword and 123456. Head over to the Windows Resource Center to learn some ways to better manage your passwords. You’ll find out about stronger passwords, password generators like the one in Microsoft Edge and even using your face – yes your face – as a password.

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